PDHPE Assessment Term 3 Health Matters By Ben Brink

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PDHPE Assessment Term 3 Health Matters By Ben Brink

Some health issuses are1.Smoking2. Alcohol3.Drugs

1. Asthma2.Obesity3.Anorexia4. Type 2 diabetes5.Gallbladder6.Anorexia

Health Conditions common in young health


The 6 components of health

PDHPE Assessment Term 3 Health Matters By Ben Brink

Food and childhood obesity

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Mental health issuses among young people

Today’s children, ages 8 to 18, consume multiple types of media (often simultaneously) and spend more time (44.5 hours per week) in front of computer, television, and game screens than any other activity in their lives except sleeping. Research has found strong associations between increases in advertising for non-nutritious foods and rates of childhood obesity. Most children under age 6 cannot distinguish between programming and advertising and children under age 8 do not understand the persuasive intent of advertising.

You need to make the right health decision to keep your body healthy and that incluids not drinking to much alchole because it can affect you and other people. Not taking Drugs because it they can affect you badley in many ways that are complecly bad for your health and there are many more things that can affect your health these days so you need to make the right decisions.

Health decision-makeing

A Youtube clip on Astma By: NHS Choices

Alternative Health Services was formed in an effort to assist people of every educational background have access to the necessary natural health information and education to help themselves and their loved ones.The idea was to incorporate as many health professionals as possible that would lend their information AND expertise to anyone that wanted to learn. We currently have a growing group of associates that specialize in various natural health fields.

What are some alternate health services?


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